Pride Industries expanding Union County operation, creating 10 jobs

UNION COUNTY, Ky. — Pride Industries Inc., an architectural building products manufacturer and installer, and Governor Matt Bevin announced it will expand its Union County operation with a $150,000 investment that will create 10 full-time jobs. Check for Pride Industries jobs here.

“When a Kentucky based, family owned company decides to reinvest and diversify with new products, we will do everything in our power to ensure that growth occurs right here at home,” Gov. Bevin said. “The addition of Pride Industries’ new production line not only means new jobs for north western Kentucky, but establishes the company as a leading source for aluminum composite metal wall panels which are increasingly in demand. We extend our congratulations to Pride and Union County on this expansion and look forward to many more years of continued growth in the future.”

Pride’s decision to expand comes in response to the rise in popularity of aluminum composite metal (ACM) wall panels. The company plans to buy new equipment to begin an ACM panel production line. ACM panels offer a well-insulated, affordable alternative to insulated sandwich panels often used on commercial buildings.

READ MORE of this story at Kentucky.gov. Photo courtesy of Pride Industries.

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